Husky – meaning of the word and example

A voice that is husky is low and rough, often in an attractive way, or because of illness. (Cambridge Dictionary)

(of a voice or utterance) sounding low-pitched and slightly hoarse. (Oxford Dictionaries)

(of a person) big and strong. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Hoarse with or as if with emotion. (Merriam – Webster)

If someone’s voice is husky, it is low and rather rough, often in an attractive way. (Collins Dictionary)


Husky voice cartoon and comics

She tried to ask for cough sweets but it came out a little husky.


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